SHANKLIN FOOTPATH CLOSED FOLLOWING SUBSIDENCE

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Sandown And Shanklin Footpath 74, Appley Steps from Rylstone Gardens to for a distance of 118 metres towards the beach has been closed due to subsidence. 

The diversion will be signposted locally.

Diversion route(s) will be signed at the time of closure. Reasonable facilities will be provided to allow access to adjacent premises while the path is closed.

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From 00:00 hours on 18th November 2020, for a maximum period of five days or until works have been completed, whichever is sooner.

If you have any queries regarding the above please contact Island Roads on 01983 822440.

Copies of all traffic orders may be viewed on the public notices website isleofwight.roadworks.org.

* Please note that the closure period of the order stated above is for legal reasons. In most scenarios, works are normally completed much sooner than the 5 or 21-day order. However, if the works do overrun, a new, updated order will be issued and published on Island Echo. 

Planned works

For all the latest public notices, which includes planned road closures, traffic & travel information, head over to our dedicated Traffic & Travel page. 

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The Temporary Traffic Regulations Order (TTRO) page is updated weekly with the latest temporary traffic orders from Island Roads on behalf of the Isle of Wight Council. 

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Nick Black

Wait until they finally inspect Osborne Steps properly.
They will be closed for a VERY LONG TIME.
there was ‘ground movement’ there last year which fractured a sewer pipe which resulted in them being closed for quite a while before and whilst repairs were made.
Part of the retaining ‘wall’ part way down the steps has fallen away (they have put up barrier fencing in the so-called picnic area to keep people away).
The stone wall in several places down the steps is bulging, and yet, what have they done in the way of remedial action? NOTHING!

Chris

Because it is currently not an issue?????

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